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Records of the Township of Levenshulme
Records of the Township of Levenshulme
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Ratebooks 1810-1910; Minute books of the Local Board of Health 1865-1897; Levenshulme Urban District Council Minutes 1897-1909; Printed minutes of the Urban District Council 1902-1908; Records of the Finance Committee 1878-1909; Minutes of the Following Committees : Free Library Committee 1900-1908; General Purposes Committee 1891-1909; Health Committee 1896-1909; Nuisance Committee 1872-1875; Surveying, Highways and Nuisance Committee 1878-1891; Highways Committee 1891-1909; Housing Committee 1899-1907; New Railway Committee 1886-1891; Parks Committee 1899-1907; Plans Committee 1893-1898, 1901-1909; Plans and Parks Committee 1898-1901; Sewerage Scheme Committee 1885-1886; Various Sub Committees 1896-1903; Draft Committee Minute Books 1865-1898; Agenda Book 1898-1909; Attendance Books 1865-1909; Overseers of the Poor records including receipts and payments 1840-1868, 1882-1911; Minutes of the ratepayers and overseers meetings 1862-1869; Related Material:The Library possesses a copy of the tithe map of Levenshulme made in 1845, the original of which is in the Lancashire Record Office.Place:/Levenshulme/Manchester/Lancashire/England
Records of the Township of Levenshulme
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Levenshulme in the Parish of Manchester, was a separate township until 1865 when. a Local Board was set up to administer the area of the old township. This became an Urban District Council in 1894. and in 1909 Levenshulme was incorporated in the City of Manchester. For Poor Law purposes, Levenshulme was in the Chorlton-upon-Medlock Union of Poor Law Guardians from 1837; in 1896 it was merged with other townships into the Township of' South Manchester.
The records of this township were transferred from the Rates Department and the Committee Clerk's Department of the Manchester Town Hall in 1958.
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